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  • What Is Concrete Lifting Foam?
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    What Is Concrete Lifting Foam?

    There are special characteristics you need to look for when deciding you need to look for what foam to use for lifting and leveling concrete. Expansion is important, but what about set-up and cure times or adhesion? Do not fret, we are going to explain the in and outs of concrete lifting foam. The Foam Reaction Time Foam that reacts slowly is great for fil...

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  • Inspecting Your Home’s Foundation
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    Inspecting Your Home’s Foundation

    A thorough evaluation of a foundation is highly recommended to help deal with: Any cracks in the floors or walls of the foundation, which could lead to displacement, such as shifting, sinking or heaving. Any cracks in the floors or walls that get bigger A tilting or bowing wall, especially inwards Any cracked bricks on the exterior of the building Crack...

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  • What is a French Drain?
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    What is a French Drain?

    French Drains are trenches that contain a perforated drainpipe that is surrounded by gravel. The entire trench will be lined with filter fabric or the pipe is wrapped in filter fabric. Most of the time, the trench is covered with grass. How Long Do French Drains Last? If the trench of the french drain is lined with filter cloth the drain will last for many...

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  • How To Keep Your Basement Water Free
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    How To Keep Your Basement Water Free

    There are a variety of problems that can cause flooding and if you’ve ever been a victim of having your home flooded, you realize just how costly this can be. The basement is one room that may experience flooding due to structural problems or even loss of power that prevents the sump pump from working correctly; the excess ground water will likely be cove...

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  • Water Damage: Recovering From Storms
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    Water Damage: Recovering From Storms

    Thunderstorms are never fun. The strong winds and heavy rain that come along with a storm can create many problems for homeowners. City sewers sometimes just can’t handle the sudden onslaught of water. This causes water to back up and flood basements, or the water can saturate the ground to the point where it will just seep right in through your basement....

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